Gene Therapy Could Cure Allergies

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Gene Therapy Could Cure Allergies


  Last updated June 16, 2017 at 10:53 am


Severe, life threatening allergies could be cured with a single treatment. Researchers from The University of Queensland, led by Associate Professor Ray Steptoe, are working on a gene therapy technique that could revolutionise how we manage diseases like asthma.

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